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Cutest, coolest handmade shoes EVER! The entire site rocks!! - Image of MOONSHINE Pimpernel Fairytale Boots

Cutest, coolest handmade shoes EVER! The entire site rocks!! - Image of MOONSHINE Pimpernel Fairytale Boots

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~When I was young my Grandmothers hair was like this. Used to love watching her take out her braids and brush it!

~When I was young my Grandmothers hair was like this. Used to love watching her take out her braids and brush it!

Want it so bad!  FP Edit: The creator reached out to me! <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO">http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO</a> here are pictures of the marvelous process. Please head over to @cambriakil and give them an upvote for their fantastic work!

Want it so bad! FP Edit: The creator reached out to me! <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO">http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO</a> here are pictures of the marvelous process. Please head over to @cambriakil and give them an upvote for their fantastic work!

Art Nouveau style gown designed by the French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé.  The dress was likely created in the year 1900 or 1901, and was put on display at the Salon de la Sociéte National des Beaux-Arts.  The piece uses beautiful details and embroidery depicting the theme of spring.  It can still be seen on display at The Musée de l’École de Nancy in Lorraine.-could you see an elf in this?????

Art Nouveau style gown designed by the French architect, painter and sculptor, Victor Prouvé. The dress was likely created in the year 1900 or 1901, and was put on display at the Salon de la Sociéte National des Beaux-Arts. The piece uses beautiful details and embroidery depicting the theme of spring. It can still be seen on display at The Musée de l’École de Nancy in Lorraine.-could you see an elf in this?????

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